Dare you join us as we venture inside this amazing Medieval Village to conduct a paranormal investigation?
we will be carrying out a full nights investigation at this location can you last the night in a haunted location are you brave enough to see it out to the end join us and find out.
Investigate the 8 remaining buildings within the medieval village,
Build around the 12th century the village was not discovered until the 1980s and has since been carefully constructed
The village includes a Reeve’s house, a pub, medieval gardens, and a swineherd’s cottage complete with pigpen. The tithe barn is the largest building within the village, and includes a display of medieval weaponry and chain mail.
Each house has been rebuilt on its original foundations and is furnished as it would have been in 1350.
The original village was called Costentinstune after the De Costentin family, who were among the first Norman invaders in Wales. It would have consisted of a few small crofts built around the De Costentin manor house, a 12th-century fortification that had fallen into disuse by 1437.
There is little evidence of village inhabitation past the later Middle Ages, and theories as to why it was abandoned range from the Black Death to poor farming conditions.
it is said that no more than 50-100 people including children lived within the village and that the village was wiped out by the black death.
Join the uk ghost hunts team as we try and discover the lost souls and the reported ghostly happenings within this very unique and haunted village